Asbestos surveys are a vital tool for those in construction and building management as well as a variety of other industries. Asbestos surveys are required by law due to the high risks that asbestos materials present in buildings. An asbestos survey will include a range of important information, in this blog we will highlight the
For many buildings it is a legal requirement to conduct an asbestos survey, this means if you fail to comply, you could be breaking the law. The main objective of an asbestos survey is to identify if there is asbestos in the building and note where it is. Knowing this information could save lives as
There are many health and safety risks when working on or managing a construction site. We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 health and safety risks on construction sites. 1. Asbestos Management Asbestos is a very dangerous substance and must be handled correctly. Due to asbestos being an extremely hazardous material, it is important
A COSSH assessment aims to identify hazardous substances, identify who might be at risk, and then evaluate the risk to decide on precautions that need to be taken. In this blog, we will define what COSSH stands for, detail when a COSHH assessment is required and outline the three steps for completing a COSSH assessment.
Two types of asbestos survey: which one is right for me? Asbestos is a dangerous material when not handled correctly and is the biggest cause of work-related deaths in UK. As a result of this, asbestos surveys are required by law when asbestos is found in buildings. There are two types of asbestos surveys; Management